The 2012 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft is in its home stretch, and so far, the Texas Rangers have made 14 picks on the third day of the draft.
The theme of Texas' draft on Wednesday appears to be pitching. Here's a look at who the Rangers have drafted so far on Wednesday:
- Janluis Castro, 2B, Colegio Hector Urdaneta, Puerto Rico
- Charles Moorman, C, El Captain High School, Lakeside, CA
- Ryan Harvey, RHP, Seton Hall, NJ
- Tyler Smith, RHP, South Carolina-Sumter JC, SC
- Josh McElwee, RHP, Newberry College, SC
- Jacob Lemoine, RHP, Bridge City High School, TX
- Travis Dean, RHP, Kennesaw State, GA
- Coby Cowgill, RHP, Virginia Military Institute
- Chase Mullins, LHP, Bourbon County HS, Paris, KY
- Gabriel Roa, SS, Wabash Valley Community College, IL
- Austen Thrailkill, LHP, St. Petersberg Community College, FL
- Ryan Bores, RHP, Kent State, OH
- Brandon Kuter, RHP, George Mason, VA
- Zachary Brill, LHP, Mark Morris HS, WA
For those counting at home, that's eight right handed pitchers and three left handed pitchers to go along with two middle infielders and a catcher.
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